Gif or Jif?
What went wrong?
Give me a reason why you don't or why you do.
cause alliance sez that discord can't handle enough people
I'm making a JS-free blog, and so far it's working perfectly, but this means there isn't any search engine. Do you ever use search on blogs, anon?
SO, I finally installed my first non-n00b distro after years of Mint. Not because I was unhappy with the latter, I simply wanted to try something more challenging.
The installation was a little difficult at first, but once i got wifi to work through wpa_supplicant, things went smoothly. Despite not being as intuitive, I learned that the process is fairly straightforward: partition your disk, create filesystems, mount them, run pacstrap and boom. You're almost already good to go.
I set up my trusted i3 environment (which I was already using in Mint) in a matter of seconds thanks to my configuration files backup (try doing that with gui-based settings!) and so far I'm enjoying it. I already started working again on a few programming projects I had started on Mint and so far no issues.
During all this installation and configuration, there is something I realized, something I had never suspected in years: yes, a distribution like Arch requires a lot more work to get it working properly compared to Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, OpenSUSE, etc..., and you'll probably end up with a system no more stable and fast than those. However... I would be lying if I said I didn't enjoy every second of it.
It's not the journey, it's the destination. Apart from the obvious stuff you'll learn using such a distro, if you are like me you will even enjoy the process of building your system this way. Even if you aren't actually using for real, productive work, there is something to be said. People have fun in so many retarded ways nowadays, and tinkering with computers and OSs just for fun is definitely much more constructive and rewarding, even if it's an end to itself.
>(try doing that with gui-based settings)
I am a KDE user and while we have GUI based settings for everything, they still just configure a configure a config file.
Try it some day, make a small application in C++ and Qt. Use QSettings to to handle the config file, it is really simple.
As for backup, you just copy the file over, nothing magical.
What's the meaning of Kelvin Byte (KB)?
Temperature * Information?
What is it supposed to mean?
I contacted the IEC, ISO and the NIST and nobody knew what it's supposed to mean. Maybe it's a typo and Microsoft really meant to use
kB (Kilobyte) or
KB makes no sense at all.
What do you recommend for gaming?
> Lenovo x201t
> Best upgrades to start gaming
Since VEGA wont get back in its normal prices for a while, which GTX 1070 has the best price/quality ratio, i was leaning towards the MSI armor
> only having one searchbar
Post your best
If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.
>Reviews, specs, comparisons
>Recommended Chinkphones $80-$300 as of a long time ago (outdated - blame /csg/)
>Post a mini-review of your phone
>Discuss upcoming and current models
>Ask for help related to phones
>Tell us how much shekels you spent on good/bad phone
>PRAISE THE CHINKPHONES unless you live in America you shits
Xiaomi Releases the Mi A1. Snapdragon 625, 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage, Dual Camera, Stock Android, ~$230 USD
Motorola Moto Z currently going for $400 in US
Huawei overtakes Apple to become world's second-largest smartphone company
Essential Phone is essentially impossible to repair
Deal: LG G6 is $430 in the US, V20 drops to $393
Meizu has sold more than 200,000 M6 Notes
Deal: Sony Xperia XZ (US variant) now costs $399
[Deal] Honor 8 for $249.99 ($150-off) at B&H
So were there any close-up shots of LG V30's subpixels or anything? I keep wondering what's the subpixel layout on it and all I get linked to are articles about non-uniform flat colors and such, which have no information about the subpixels whatsoever. Or guesswork based on their really old devices or TVs.
This may sound like an autistic question and I know perfectly well it is, but still.
Aight fellas, Windows 8.1 vs 10 thread.
>Direct URL for advanced users:
>LAV Filters Megamix (all-in-one installer) URLs for lazy users:
What's your feature requests?
- Realtime alternative to video frame interpolation via adaptive separable convolution.
- NGU/NGU-AA VeryLow to compete with spline and lanczos upscalers.
- Better adaptive-sharpen, the mpv one is much better and faster.
>monitors wake up by themselves
>get near pc
>don't touch desk
>pc resumes from standby by itself
>pc randomly wakes up from sleep mode
>goes back to sleep mode after a few seconds
What are you doing to protect net neutrality from the cheeto in chief?